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Toxicity


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 4 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000021YQV
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (773 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,284 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Prison Song
2. Needles
3. Deer Dance
4. Jet Pilot
5. X
6. Chop Suey!
7. Bounce
8. Forest
9. Atwa
10. Science
11. Shimmy
12. Toxicity
13. Psycho
14. Aerials


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By Langer on Nov. 28 2012
Format: Audio CD
Hard rocking album shows how much promise this band has. Smokin' bass=lines, crazy harmony, very distinctive vocals, these guys have it all
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I loved this CD from day one and listened to it for hours daily for about 6 months. Every song is worth listening to, and there is a great variety. System's lyrics are smart and political, far from Nü Metal. THIS IS NOT Nü METAL! Following are song-by-song reviews. Every song is a minute or two too short for my taste, but it's great.
1."Prison Song": Great song, but it gets old fast. 3/5
2."Needles": I didn't like this at first, but now it's one of my favorites. 5/5
3."Deer Dance": Excellent anti-violence song. 5/5
4."Jet Pilot": Humorous, I don't know if it was meant to be. 4/5
5."X": VERY short, but that may be a good thing. 3/5
6."Chop Suey!": Fun and fast. 5/5
7."Bounce": Ballad of Serj taking a pogo stick along on his date. 4/5
8."Forest": A great song, simple as that. 5/5
9."Atwa": See above. 5/5
10."Science" the chorus gets a bit tiring, but still great. 4/5
11."Shimmy" Ahhh yes, the greatest on the album. 5/5
12."Toxicity": Great, Great, Great, Great! 5/5
13:"Psycho": This is slow-paced and I wish there were more like it. 5/5
14:"Aerials": Most albums have this, the last track that's different from all the other ones by far, and usually grows on you the most. 4/5
One of the "Must-Haves"
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Format: Audio CD
I'm no industry analyst, and I'm certainly not one to fall in love with just any mainstream metal that I hear on the airwaves. However, the first time I heard "Chop Suey!" on Chicago's Q101, I got curious, thinking, "Wait a minute here... this isn't 'Sugar,' nor is it 'Spiders' (FYI: both singles from SOAD's first release).. it's better!" This album is a far more matured and refined effort, and it's apparent to anyone that heard the first album that SOAD definately had not run out of creative energy, and even more apparent that they avoided the dreaded "sophomore jinx" by a longshot! Serj's vocals are once again the most uncanny you've ever heard, as he hits every type of mood in the Rock/Metal spectrum, sometimes all in one song! (See "Toxicity", "ATWA", and yes, if you really listen, "Chop Suey!") SOAD hits on the ever so popular and controversial topic of cocaine-addict groupie hoes in "Psycho," and the government drug conspiracies in "Prison Song." "Shimmy" strikes as a kooky, not-so-well mannered imitation of 1/2 of System's first release. All things considered, this album is definately the same System that caught our attention in 1998. The only difference from this release and their self-titled release can only be summed up like this: they're worlds apart, yet 100% System.
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By ... on Dec 22 2007
Format: Audio CD
SOAD have really improved from their last outing, fans argue wether Mesmerize/Toxicity is the highlight of their career, I say they're equal. Now for the review:

The album is finely tuned in comparison to the original (which was straight-up nu-metal) this can be comfirmed as an alt. rock cd. While there still might be a few typical half-baked moments i.e. Chop Suey! (orignally named Suicide) it is still a great listen, and informative of what was going on with America in the early 2000's.

5/5
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Format: Audio CD
OMG! this album rocks hardcore! i culdnt belive how good it was when i first heard it. my personal fav song on this album is forrest. great heavy guitar work on it! but all the other songs are relly good 2! buy this album qucik for ne system of a down fans that dont have it! this is s.o.a.ds best album yet! daron malakian pulled of more great guitar work!. but this album well make it relly far its soooo good and 1 of my favourite albums. almost every1body will love this album! if if u hate all there old stuff n like new stuff. this blows there other albums away!!!!!
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By Tre on March 9 2006
Format: Audio CD
To have any level of credibility as a 'music critic' you need not only an ear, but enough upstairs to properly analyze what the ear absorbs.
System of a Down is obviously not yet a "classic" band that is on the tip of everyone's tongue. However, they do warrant enough respect to be listed on many expert's "must own" lists ('Toxicity'). Lists that include the likes of Zep and Hendrix.
Artists of this caliber are only lumped into categories and compared to other artists to appease the consumer. This isn't to say that there aren't far more influential bands out there, but 'Toxicity' in certainly an album that should be in everyone's collection. Not only for the band's song-writing merit, but out of appreciation for System of a Down's effort towards originality in the music industry.
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Format: Audio CD
First of all SOAD rules. Mesmerize/Hypnotise are their more mellow works but in my opinion the best. Toxicity had me hooked the first time I listened to it. I don't claim to be an audiophile or expert but I know when I like what I'm listning to.
If you read some of the other reviews you'll notice a few by someone named KarlMarxEmilioZapata. This guy has some issues as do many of the people giving bad reviews. Probably 8/10 bad reviews involve some kind of rascist comments or anti religious comments. Don't let these comments sway you from experiencing some great music. I don't care if what I'm listning to is 'groundbreaking' or 'Revolutionary', If it sounds good to me then I'm happy.
When its all said and done, If you like it, buy. Its easy as that. I'm pretty sure some guy calling SOAD turkish basterds (they're from Armenia by the way) isn't giving you an accurate review. Great music, great band, great buy.
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